I have subscribed to the WSJ Morning Read for four months, and I listen to it every morning while I walk my dogs. I really need this information because I work as a financial advisor, and I would like to go to the office in the morning feeling as though I have "read" the Wall Street Journal. However, I am beginning to feel that the Morning Read includes too much opinion and not enough hard news. I also subcribe to the WSJ Home Delivery and the Online Journal. Over the next few weeks, I am going to compare these news sources to the Morning Read, and write again with some specific examples.
Generally, prize winning fiction contains interesting characters, plot lines, settings and insight on the human condition. Not so with the "Edgars", evidently. All this book offered was an amazing body count and vapid stereotypical characters and story. If this many people were killed in Northern Idaho, the massacre would end up in the annals of incidents like Waco TX and the Oklahoma City bombing. Avoid this book at all cost. It's like watching TV through your iPod.
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